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A big hello from everyone at Agency Rush. If you haven’t melted in the heat of this beautiful summer we’re having, you might like to hear about the recent goings on of our artists. A warm welcome to Carolina Melis and Asako Masunouchi who have joined us this month.
We are absolutely delighted to welcome Carolina Melis. Originally from Italy, Carolina moved to the UK to continue her training in dance and choreography. Her work, greatly informed by her background in dance, explores ideas of delicacy, organic development, life–cycles and living relationships a great example of this is her ‘NSPPC’ animation. Since 2005 she has been directing music videos for Vladislav Delay, Efterklang, Coleen, Four Tet, alongside commercials for clients such as Sony, BBC, MTV, NSPCC to mention a few. She has just been working on window displays for french clothing label Sessun, which you can see here. See Carolina’s full portfolio and animations here.
We are very excited to introduce you to Asako Masunouchi. Having studied philosophy in Japan, Asako came to Brighton to pursue her childhood love of illustration, in which she achieved a further degree. Since then she has been building a career in Japan, before moving to Greece in 2009. Asako likes to find humour and heartiness in everyday life. This, along with a little nostalgia forms the inspiration for her work. You can view her full portfolio here.
Our biggest Glug yet, the Glug Brighton Beach Party took place on the 9th July. The evening was a huge sucess, with creatives rubbing shoulders whilst listening to inspirational talks from the likes of Malcolm Goldie and Airside. With live art from our artists Al Murphy, Hello Marine and Yuko Michishita.
Meanwhile, our friends up in the big smoke, Glug London, hosted the D&AD Student Awards after−party. Yet another sunny evening, Brick Lane was graced with more live art from Pomme Chan and Allan Deas.
Kate Jenkins‘ fantastically successful exhibition ‘Come dine with Kate’ has now come to a close. With a brilliant turn out, the show comprised all of the elements you would need to create the perfect dinner party, all made from yarn, with ‘Sequined Salmon’, ‘Crocheted Cava’ and ‘Sewshi’. Opened on the 1st July with a special dinner party, diners were ‘dazzled’ by Kate’s puntastic crocheted delights. Check out Kate’s updated portfolio full of fabulous new work from her exhibition here.
Natsko Seki has been very busy working on a number of projects. A dream brief and perfect fit for her beautiful and intricate style, this series of posters for ‘Transport for London River Services’ is live now. For more examples of Natsko’s work visit her online portfolio.
Jirayu Koo delivers a vibrant and cheerful Napa valley in her stylish illustrations for the iconic T: New York Times Style Magazine. As part of May’s travel issue, the article focuses on the city of Napa which ‘once a drab drive-by en route to more scenic northerly destinations, is undergoing a major make-over’. You can see Jirayu’s full portfolio here.
Mathis Rekowski has captured the World Cup spirit in these brilliantly funny illustrations. In true Mathis style he delivers a unique blend of vibrant colours and wit in this series of the dramas and miseries of this years World Cup.
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